What kind of sick in the head person gets off on stabbing a random young female leaving a nightclub with a hypodermic needle such as this unprovoked attack in Broad Street, Birmingham. Given Birmingham’s reputation for producing Islamic extremists. Chances are that the “Asian” scumbag who committed the attack on a random woman is a ‘religion of peace’ member.
The victim will now have to wait months for blood tests and results, worrying if she has caught something from the despicable low life who stabbed her with the needle. It could quite possibly of been used by 1 or even several smackheads who are renowned for being HIV+ or infected with Hepatitis. Depending on the outcome of those tests, this incident could possibly become attempted murder.
CCTV appeal after needle stabbing outside Broad Street club
18 Jul 2013 13:36
The 20-year-old had just left Bliss nightclub in Broad Street and was walking towards Granville Street when she was stabbed twice to the thigh and buttock by a man wielding what appeared to be a hypodermic needle
Detectives have released a CCTV image of a man they want to speak to after a woman was stabbed with a needle while on a night out in Birmingham.
The 20-year-old had just left Bliss nightclub in Broad Street and was walking towards Granville Street when she was stabbed twice to the thigh and buttock by a man wielding what appeared to be a hypodermic needle.
The man walked off following the incident which happened at around 3am on Sunday 23 June.
She was taken to hospital following the attack and while only suffering minor injuries she will undergo months of medical testing to ensure it has no long lasting effect on her health.
The attacker is described as Asian, aged in his early 20s, light skinned and of skinny build. He was wearing blue or black jeans, a distinctive long jacket and a baseball cap.
Officers also want to speak to a second man who was in the area at the time and may have information about what happened. He is described as white, aged in his 30s, of medium build, bald and around 6ft tall. He was wearing a blue jumper.
Detective Constable James Cull, from Force CID, said: “This was a completely unprovoked attack which happened as an innocent woman was about to make her way home from a night out in the city.
“Although the initial injuries were minor she is now facing the traumatic prospect of months of medical tests to ensure she hasn’t contracted any illness from the needle.
“We have been working tirelessly to identify the person responsible and would ask everyone to take a long look at the CCTV image and call us if you recognise the man pictured.”
Inspector Stuart Bill, who oversees policing in Birmingham city centre, added: “While this incident is clearly extremely worrying for the victim, we believe this was an isolated attack and it is very rare for us to receive reports like this.
“I want to stress that Birmingham remains one of the safest cities in the UK in which to enjoy a night out, as demonstrated by the city’s Purple Flag status. Just like the blue flags awarded to clean, safe beaches, purple flags are only awarded to towns and cities with safe, vibrant night time economies.
“Local officers work closely with street wardens, street pastors, licensees, door staff and clubbers themselves to keep people safe. Officer numbers in the city centre have also recently been increased as part of a routine review of resources across Birmingham.”
Anyone who recognises the man in the image should contact detectives on 101 or call the independent charity Crimestoppers, anonymously, on 0800 555 11
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